Definition of Rinyo–Clacton in US English:

Rinyo–Clacton

adjective

Archaeology
  • Designating a British Late Neolithic pottery style represented by vessels first discovered at Rinyo in Orkney and Clacton-on-Sea in Essex. Also (formerly) a culture supposedly related to this pottery.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in Stuart Piggott (1910–1996), archaeologist. From the name of Braes of Rinyo, a field on Rousay in Orkney + the name of Clacton-on-Sea, a town in Essex, both sites of Neolithic settlements.

Pronunciation

Rinyo–Clacton

/ˌrɪnjəʊˈklaktən/